A person can imagine this unique project as a stargate, which enables them to travel to another world. The new space, set within specific rules, then offers an opportunity to spend some time with the clients, and therefore to search for new values and knowledge.
Rhythmical movement such as rocking and swaying are present in everyday life of people with autism spectrum disorder. This movement enables them to reach an altered state of consciousness, through which they are able to reach the state of “knowing”.
To reach the full potential of clients’ inner worlds, the house aims to separate the world of a client, from the world as it is perceived by the rest of the society. The only space where both of these worlds can be found within the house is the carer’s room.